Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Day 174

Today is 174.
We have 6 more days in Kindergarten.
There are 180 days of Kindergarten.

We wrote what ever we wanted.
Briana wrote about a concert.
Randy G. wrote about his sister playing soccer.
Jovany wrote about playing with his transformers.
Randy A. wrote "I play hide and go seek with my friend."

We went to the calendar.
Daylin, Tytiana, Briana, Jatameyah and Sara helped.
We pulled sticks.

Some friends were caught being caring.
They brought money for kids who don't have food.
We are collecting for them.
We have more than they do.
They will have food over the summer.

We learned about what is at the dentist.
And how to brush our teeth.
And we made a poem.
We sang a song.
Brush your teeth, three times a day.
We read our own book today.
Tomorrow we will read it again.

We worked in centers.

We went to lunch.
We had pizza dippers or hamburgers.
No cheese.
It was good.

We did more teeth work.
We read the poem after we colored it.

We worked in centers.
We started working on a surprise.

Can you guess what it is?

We went outside.
Some friends hurt their bodies on the monkey bars.
Their hands got hurt.
James, Melanie, Briana, Jatameyah, Tyrone, Randy A., Shamara.
All those friends.
Cornella finally knows how to swing on her own.

We came inside.
We had ice pops.
Then we got water.
It tasted salty because our bodies were sweating.
That made it salty.
James burped really loud.
It was gross.

We had a good day!
We will have a great day tomorrow!


  1. Hi North Carolina "little" friends. This is Mrs. Long. I am a friend of Mrs. V. and I teach 8th graders in Maryland. I just want to let you know that I have enjoyed following your learning this year and all of the exciting things you have been doing. We have 10 more days of school left but my students are excited because they move to High School next year. I know you are excited to go to first grade. Hope you all have a happy summer and keep up the good work in next year.
    (I loved watching Mr. Caterpillar grow and can't wait to see what happens to him on your last day.)

  2. I have been trying to figure out what your surprise is, I can't guess yet. Today your days left at school can be counted on one hand!


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